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WCPGW – LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
Dear WCPGW, I have been trying to sign the Client Architect Agreement with a smart developer. They crossed out the “Limit of Liability Clause” in the agreement where I filled in, as advised, “10…
ArchiTeam 2018 member survey – part 2
ArchiTeam Director Warwick Mihaly continues reviewing the data and crunching the numbers to tell us what you are all working…
ArchiTeam 2019 Conference – reflections
REFLECTIONS At the end of May 2019 ArchiTeam held its second, biennial conference in Melbourne. It was a complete sell-out,…
ArchiTeam 2018 member survey – part 1
ArchiTeam Director Warwick Mihaly reviews the data and crunches the numbers to tell us who is the ArchiTeam Member  …
NOTES ON THE LACROSSE FIRE VCAT DECISION
In the early morning of 24 November 2014, a fire broke out on the balcony of Apartment 805 in the…
2019 ARCHITEAM DIRECTOR’S PLANNING DAY
Each year the Board of Directors meet in January for the annual Planning Day, established as the opportunity for the…
WCPGW – INSURANCE & CLADDING
Dear WCPGW, I am increasingly concerned about the crisis in the building industry surrounding ‘claddings’, and now another façade fire!…
RAsP – update
ArchiTeam’ s research initiative, RASP (Research for Architects in Small Practice), is up and running.  Contracts between the University of…
WCPGW sharing a Christmas Wishlist
Hello from WCPGW! Writing this at 11.57 pm on a Sunday night way past any deadline or bedtime, you may…
WCPGW: Limits and boundaries and fee proposals
A member has written in to What Could Possibly Go Wrong? asking about charging extra fees when a client has…